CRM Magazine: February 2007
Magazine Features
Exhausting customers in a fierce business environment erodes profits through loyalty loss; here, some winning ways to help combat customer fade.
Enterprise feedback management solutions are replacing conventional surveying tools as companies seek a centralized surveying framework that leverages all data.
Social networking sites have bloomed in the past year or so, but just how valuable are they to marketers and how can that value be leveraged?
Front Office
If business professionals would pause for a moment to analyze how their short-term actions can negatively affect long-term customer attrition rates, many would likely do things differently.
Reality Check
C-level personnel will drive the CRM industry to new heights in the coming years--here's why.
Customer Centricity
Want a more effective interactive voice response system? Here, 10 do's and don'ts.
The Tipping Point
Information-based marketing programs deliver real value without companies having to spend millions.
Pint of View
A CRMudgeonly view of the vendor-consumer relationship.
New aroma-centered milk ads started a buzz, mostly among marketers.
Small companies find the island attractive due to its close proximity to the United States and its well-educated, English-speaking workforce
The first Hispanic marketing programs crop up in the Midwest and online, speaking to a need in the workforce for multicultural marketers.
Increased B2B emphasis on the customer experience and continued CRM investment from midmarket companies are two reasons behind expected 2007 spending of more than $1 billion.
Companies are now paying CRM vendors for complete comprehension when it comes to regulatory software products.
A discount vacation firm finds training heaven on the Web.
The Kentucky Derby host spurs its Web site's content delivery to gallop into the winner's circle.
A $3.2 billion Arkansas telco turns to self-service and remote troubleshooting to better serve its nontechnical customers.
An IT outsourcing advisor turns to Expensewatch.com to make sure that employees get reimbursed and that customers are worth the investment.
Business Problem: The sales department lacks the ability to accurately forecast, hindering its ability to design sales plans, restructure the sales force, and leverage information from other departments.

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